Today is a Landmark Day.
Despite the difficult economic times, people like you have stepped forward to play an active role in saving the endangered island fox.
Radio collars play an important role in allowing biologists to track fox behavior, monitor fox health and determine threats to fox survival. Radio collar on fire fox
In 2000, four populations of island foxes teetered toward extinction. Why island fox's were endangered
Today, with your help and support, island fox populations are recovering. Current populations
Because island foxes live only on the Channel Islands, like all island species they are small populations that can be quickly impacted by the introduction of disease, ecosystem imbalance and potentially, climate change.
Your support of island fox conservation efforts is vital to the survival of this endangered California species.
As we begin 2010, Friends of the Island Fox thanks all of you for renewing your effort to insure that this keystone species survives into the future.
You can help fund additional radio collars, vaccinations and conservation efforts by CLICKING on the Donate Now buttons at the top of the page.